In the early morning of Oct. 29, Megan Thee Stallion released “Something for Thee Hotties.” An out-of-the-blue compilation of achieved songs, remixes and skits that did not make it on her most recent album.
Speaking freely, all 21 tracks resurrected my soul from the brink of death that midterms and burnout had me on.
One of the best compliments I’ve received this year is that I come across super confident. While I did make it through middle school oblivious, high school did a number on my self-esteem.
However, when I graduated and started attending Shippensburg University, I began listening to Thee Houston Hottie. Let me tell you: nothing will make you feel more confident than owning Megan’s bars in the mirror.
Although explicit, when you take her lyrics and live by them, you would be shocked how much more confident you feel. Especially this time of year when seasonal depression is setting in.
Sometimes it’s a game changer when you remember that you are the one and only you, and people are out there trying to be just like you. Megan’s confidence and boss energy oozes through the speakers when she is on the beat, and even if you can’t relate to everything, she will spit something that hits your soul.
So, treat yourself and listen to one of her songs (such as “God’s Favorite,” “Body” or “Realer”) for a weekend confidence booster.